If i may say something here. I disagree with your view that the country is going down the drain.
It is not. In fact the prospects are bright. Why and how would property prices keep rising if there was no hard-cash investment coming into real estate in pakistan? The fact that overseas pakistanis keep investing in pakistan is proof that in the people see the prospects in a positive light.
You can look at the infrastructure in islamabad yourself. This is a city nearly 1.5 million people (without adding the population of rawalpindi) and there is hardly ever a traffic jam these days - even in peak rush hours!! You have cleanliness, many many well maintained parks, excellent schools and universities, hospitals of international standards, thriving commercial centers, oversupply of banks, multinational offices and all categories of reasonable, good, excellent and best hotels that you can ask for. How many cities in the world have all of this??
From the north, you have m1 motorway reaching islamabad from peshawar and from the south you have m2 motorway going to lahore and the road to faisalabad.
Lahore also is not too far behind. There is a population problem but otherwise it is a major business hub of the country. The current punjab govt has built many fly overs, there are excellent residential schemes like dha, bahria, sukh chain, pcsir. Similarly, you can look at multan, it is a relatively small city but the govt has build 8 fly overs there. Then you go to sialkot, faisalabad and other cities, you will find reasonable infrastructure.
In other provinces, there is currently law and order problems, but as soon as pakistan is able to tackle its political and foreign policy problems, there will be peace in karachi and other parts of pakistan inshaallah.
You are under-estimating this country if you say think that it is going down the toilet. Just look at the amount of food this country's agriculture produces, just look at the strength of our armed forces and the weapons we have and we are able to produce locally (this is why we are safe from foreign aggression) - this country is not doomed sir. It has huge huge potential.
If these factors were not there, you would have seen that prices of real estate would be falling. But it is quite the opposite.
I agree that there are some economic problems like inflation, devaluation, law and order, war in the northern areas but most of this is due to bad leadership for the last 12-13 years. If any other country such bad governance and so many issues, they would not have been able to survive what to talk of prospects in real estate prices.
Inshaallah things will start improving after elections. The only thing we need is unity with each other.
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